The Call of Duty Modern Warfare Season 1 Battle Pass launches today and it will be going live across PS4, Xbox One and PC at the exact same time for a simultaneous launch.
Last night fans got their first taste of the action when Call of Duty released a brand new trailer showcasing some of the new content coming to Modern Warfare in Season 1.
You can see some of this on the below trailer, or alternatively, follow the link to see some of the leaked 104 Battle Pass tiers that will become available.
"The biggest drop of free content in Call of Duty history," that's how Activision described the new Battle Pass to their fans.
"Iconic maps like Crash make their return, as completely new maps are introduced. New weapons are available for your Gunsmith grinding to use across a sweep of new modes and Special Ops experiences."
We'll likely get some more information from Activision about the Battle Pass later today as they've stated they'll be sharing more information on December 3 as well.
We suspect the Activision Blog will have a new update to share with a full overview of what's available. And most importantly, how much the paid part of the Battle Pass costs, too.
As for what time this major new update goes live, well, you'll find all that info, just below.
What time is Call of Duty Modern Warfare Season 1 releasing?
Neither Infinity Ward of Activision has stated when the Call of Duty Modern Warfare Season 1 pass will launch.
However, based on past updates it seems fairly likely that this will arrive in the afternoon for everyone in the UK.
So expect to see the content go live at around 7pm GMT.
For those in the world elsewhere, check what time the Call of Duty Modern Warfare Season 1 pass goes live in your timezone on the link.
We wouldn't also be surprised to see more information detailed by the studio's senior communications manager, Ashton Williams, who has since launch done a fantastic job of communicating with the fans of the game.
Stay tuned for more Call of Duty Modern Warfare Season 1 Updates, later today.
Call of Duty Modern Warfare (PC) – 5/5
– Reviewed on PC
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare on PC shines where past instalments have not, finally bringing uncapped frame rates, multi-monitor support and an FOV slider in the settings. Paired with multiplayer cross-play, you finally can’t go wrong with picking PC over a console copy.
- Raytracing improves on already perfect visuals
- Mouse and keyboard movement is responsive and adjustable
- Support for much-requested PC features
- Laggy pre-rendered cutscenes
- Raytracing doesn’t include reflection improvements
- Call Of Duty
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